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Etihad Airways Launches Abu Dhabi Stopover Promotion

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Etihad Airways has launched a new Complimentary Nights promotion free stopovers at selected luxury hotels in downtown Abu Dhabi, Yas Island or Dubai for Pearl Business class guests travelling to or transiting at its hub in Abu Dhabi.

The promotion is available through Etihads global network of travel agents, trade partners and online bookers, and offers special packages according to class of travel and point of origin.

Guests travelling transiting through Abu Dhabi to another destination in the airlines global network, can take advantage of free accommodation offers. For Pearl Business class guests the offer is two nights accommodation.

All guests will receive complimentary breakfast as well as return chauffeur driven transfers between Abu Dhabi International Airport and the hotel.

These latest deals are designed to appeal to Business class travellers who are able to take advantage of breaking their travel schedule and visiting either Abu Dhabi or Dubai, said Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer. We have worked closely with a number of luxury hotels in both cities and this promotion provides our Pearl Business class guests with tremendous value and opportunity.

The sales and travel period for this special promotion runs until 31 August 2011.

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